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- The Truth About IT Opex and Software Defined Networking
- Value of Health IT
- Air Traffic Management Transformation Report
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The current USDA Undersecretary is the White House choice to take over as head of the development agency.
House GOP are outlining a 2012 budget that aims to cut spending to less than 2008 levels.
Lynn also says, about the QDR, "People look for any sign of decision, like smoke from the Vatican chimney."
The Senate Homeland Security Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Disaster Recovery used recovery case management as an example of the problems and advantages of interagency collaboration.
When agencies get money through appropriations, the next step is to push it to the programs and projects that need it. But the VA may be having some problems doing so.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano starts on transportation security, ends up on cybersecurity
Congressional hearings usually stay close to the original topic. Sometimes, though, the wishes of the members of Congress can lead a hearing places one wouldn't expect.
Most observers believe the health care debate on Capital Hill isn't impacting how the Federal government does business. But defense analyst Jim McAleese of McAleese & Associates says his connections on the Hill tell him the health care bill is knocking the 2010 Defense Authorization bill down a notch or two on Congress's priority list.